As part of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14328, Microsoft has released a preview of the new Start menu experience. We discuss the changes, the new settings, and of course how to get it right now.
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The latest version of Google Drive for Windows and Mac OS X allows you to selectively sync folders and subfolders. We show you how to use it, so you can save storage space on your PC.
As expected, April’s cumulative updates – KB3147458 & KB3147461 – have some bugs associated with them which are causing issues for some minor set of Windows 10’s userbase. More details after the bump.
Microsoft has just started rolling out April’s cumulative updates for Windows 10. There are two build numbers floating around the web – KB3147458 and KB3147461. Let’s discuss what’s new in each of them...
We all know about the highly anticipated Redstone update headed for Windows 10 in the coming months, but some new pictures give us a first look at a redesigned Start menu.
Microsoft’s biggest event for the year 2016 is just a matter of hours away. The event is due to broadcast Microsoft’s unveiling of the 2016 build which is expected to be the biggest change Windows 10 has seen to date...
Microsoft’s Build 2016 conference is just around the corner. If you are an avid Windows enthusiast, you will definitely want to catch the event’s happenings live as they happen. Learn how you can live stream Build...
Microsoft just rolled out another Redstone build only moments ago. Insider Preview 14295 has plenty to bring to the table while addressing issues with the Xbox App, rogue video game controllers and Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft has just released a new update for Windows 10 users. It’s called build KB3140741, and you can download it right now from Windows Update. More details after the bump.
Microsoft released KB3140768 yesterday as a cumulative update for Windows 10 users. It appears there are issues with this build, as it is simply failing to install for some users. More details after the bump.